Turbo Chevy SS vs. Twin Turbo Shelby GT350 and More – Street Hits

Somewhere, on the interstate in an isolated corner of Mexico, it’s about to jump off. A handful of purpose-built roll racers have gathered to see who has the fastest car from 60 mph to whatever. Without further ado, let’s join the pack on the highway. First up, we have a twin turbocharged Shelby Mustang GT350 against a turbocharged Chevrolet SS sedan. The GT350 definitely gets the jump in the first race, but the Chevy claws back near the end. Had the Mustang already let off before the Ford caught up? Race two removes all doubt. The Mustang swallows up the Read More

SRC Daily Driver Shootout – No Trailer Street Digs for $1600

It’s a “run-whacha-brung” shootout on the streets of Ohio (Mexico) for $1600 and bragging rights. Sponsored by Street Racing Channel (SRC), this should be a competitive event. Thirteen cars are on-hand and the buy-in is $100 each. Spectators are also asked to contribute if possible. The rules are simple: Don’t jump early and don’t cross the center stripe. This is a single elimination event. Be first across the finish line more times than anyone else and you win the prize. A couple of Cadillacs are up first. In the left lane is a Cadillac CTS-V Coupe. On the right is Read More

1200HP Twin Turbo Viper vs McLaren 720S and more – Street Hits

This group activity took place in the streets of old Mexico during the wee hours between evening and morning. That doesn’t prevent these competitors from performing at optimum levels. You see, these are prime street racing conditions. Let’s have a look at the machines. The twin turbo Dodge Viper is a bit of a Frankenstein. Garage-built by the owner, this snake has the best of everybody. The engine is built by Late Model Engines (LME) and the sequentially shifted transmission is put together by Calvo Motorsports. The turbo kit if from RSI (Racing Solutions) and features a pair of Precision Read More

SRC Nitrous Fox Body vs HEMI Dodge Challenger – Street Digs

The Street Racing Channel (SRC) crew have a new toy, and they are pushing the envelope further by the week. With a fresh set of Trick Flow cylinder heads, a new intake manifold and a new carb, the SRC Fox Body is set to take on an out-of-towner. The interloper is driving a HEMI powered Dodge Challenger. The car has a serious reputation for being fast. Guess we’ll see, huh? After stealing a couple of spark plugs from his dad’s lawnmower, Billy (TH3KID) is ready to talk some smack about Mustangs whooping Mopars for generations. True or not, it’s all Read More

2023 Chevrolet Corvette C8 Z06 1/4 Mile

The first real world 1/4 Mile pass of the 2023 Chevrolet Corvette C8 Z06 ran 10.51 130 MPH.  

JM Imports Built Nissan GT-R vs. Ferrari SF90 – Roll and Dig

We have a real battle of supercars on this video. One is a reasonably priced Japanese coupe and the other is a truly exotic Italian. The Japanese car has been radically modified. The Italian remains exceptionally stock. At approximately one-fourth the price of the Ferrari SF90, the stock Nissan GT-R could be considered a bargain. Modifications to the Nissan would typically put it at about half the cost of the SF90. JM Imports fitted this GT-R with a forged engine, and ECU remap and many other performance modifications. These mods have yielded quite an increase in horsepower. It is now Read More

1475WHP LMR ProCharged C7 Corvette Z06 – Dyno Pull

Late Model Racecraft (LMR) is doing some amazing things with the Corvette platform. This short clip reveals how much power a LMR built Corvette can make on the dyno. Getting all that horsepower to the pavement is another story. Under the hood of the stock C7 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 is a 6.2-liter supercharged and intercooled LT4 V8 engine. The cylinder heads are Rotocast A356T6 aluminum and the supercharger is a 1.7-liter Eaton R1749 TVS. In factory trim, the C7 Z06 can make 650hp and 650 lb.-ft. of torque with a top speed of 185 mph. The LMR C7 has been Read More

Camaro SS Manual vs. Mustang GT Auto – Street Hits

Let’s get this party started! Tonight, we have a pair of all-motor beasts going at on the interstate of Old Mexico. First, the cars: The Camaro SS is a 1LE version. Powered by a 6.2-liter LT1 V8 engine, the Camaro SS 1LE is capable of generating 455hp and accelerating from 0 to 60 mph in 3.5-seconds. The 1LE package yields forged aluminum wheels (wrapped in Goodyear Eagles), Brembo brakes, magnetic ride control and dual-mode performance exhaust – among other things. This particular Camaro SS has been upgraded with a full accoutrement of aftermarket performance bolt-ons (including exhaust headers and MSD Read More